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  • Do they take pictures during the FP appointment?

    I am a bit confused about this..

    Some people say they got their pictures taken while others say they did not had their pictures taken...

    Can someone please explain??

  • #2
    Maybe it depends from DO to DO. My DO is Chicago and I had my picture taken.
    7/9/12 : sent I 130
    7/11/12 : NoA sent and applications routed to CSC
    9/17/12. : I 130 approved for both parents
    10/02/12 : Recd email from NVC for AoS fee and DS 3032
    10/19/12 : Sent I 864 & 864a via UPS; mailed DS 3032
    01/16/13 : Sent DS 230 via UPS
    01/28/13: RFE for father's BC
    02/07/13: Responded to RFE
    02/26/13: Case complete,waiting to schedule interview !
    03/07/13: Interview scheduled for April 10th ))))
    04/10/13: Visa Granted !

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    • #3
      Why does it matter? Just go expecting to have your picture taken.
      LPR since 01/1996 DO: Detroit, MI
      All 2012
      01/31 000d N-400 mailed
      02/21 021d FP notice
      03/15 044d FP done
      03/19 048d In line
      06/12 133d Interview
      06/27 148d In oath sched que
      06/29 150d OL1 sent
      07/21 172d Notice of Oath resched.
      08/16 198d OL2 sent
      08/30 212d Oath Ceremony -> USC
      08/31 213d PP applied
      09/20 233d PP rcvd

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Aakash28 View Post
        I am a bit confused about this..

        Some people say they got their pictures taken while others say they did not had their pictures taken...

        Can someone please explain??
        BIOMETRICS = Fingerprints, Photo, and Signature (at this point in time)

        ASC = Application Support Center

        The primary function of an ASC is to collect biometrics.

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        • #5
          Yes (Baltimore DO)

          Yes. I had my picture, and signature, taken - and those were the ones used on the Naturalization certificate (not the ones I sent with the N-400 form).

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